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EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery to remove gallbladder’
The World Wildlife Conference on Trade in Endangered Species, known as CITES, takes place every three years.
A homeless man was found in the Unkapani district, apparently drowned, after heavy rain caused extensive damage
Satellite images from Brazil’s own space agency allegedly show deforestation in the Amazon has almost tripled since Bolsonaro’s government came to power.
PC Andrew Harper died of multiple injuries, Thames Valley police have confir
The agreement follows the overthrow of long time leader Omar Bashir.
Thousands attended a rally showing popular support for the pro-democracy movement has been maintained despite violent clashes at Hong Kong International Airport earlier this week.
The move comes because the current capital Jakarta is sinking - with some 40% of its 10 million population now living below sea level.
Tributes paid to PC Andrew Harper as police search scene
Eight people were killed in a fire that broke out in a hotel in Ukraine, the state emergency services authority said.
Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after "ingesting plastic waste"
Actor Peter Fonda, who played a leading role in 1969 film Easy Rider, dies aged 79, his family said in a statement.
The United States has made a last-ditch attempt to stop an Iranian oil tanker from leaving Gibraltar.
Donald Trump isn't the first US leader to seek expansion using taxpayer dollars. But did those deals work out?
A former senior executive at a Chinese internet company is now a freelance photographer travelling around the globe. First stop - Iran.
Telsey Advisory Group's Joe Feldman discusses Walmart Inc.'s second-quarter results on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close.
Michelle Girard, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets, discusses consumer confidence and the Fed on "Bloomberg Markets."
On this edition of "Options Insight," Option Pit founder Mark Sebastian discusses the performance of U.S.
The captain of the Open Arms rescue ship says migrants onboard are "psychologically broken" and the vessel is like a bomb that is "going to explode."
Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan said this week's bond-market turmoil has been driven by issues outside the U.S., and that recession risks are low in the country as consumer spending remains strong. He spoke to Bloomberg's Da...
On the agenda will be shark fin and ivory trade. Giraffes will also feature for the first time.
"As long it’s needed, it should exist,” explains Stanko Stojanovic
Euronews looks at the latest situation in the disputed region of Kashmir and explains what's going on and why it matters
Don Gogel, chairman and chief executive officer at CD&R, has had a front row seat to private equity for four decades. He discusses private equity's role in the current economic environment, today's pressure on CEOs, and his role as a leader in the...
Bhanu Baweja, deputy head of global macro strategy at UBS, discusses the possibility of a debt default by Argentina on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
The woman dubbed a "human swan" after embarking on a mammoth paramotor flight to follow the bird's migration route is taking off again.
Darrel Cronk, Wells Fargo Investment Institute President and CIO, and Stephen Stanley, Amherst Pierpont chief economist, discuss the U.S. housing market.
Janne Utriainen is tackling climate change in his own way - leaving the city to live off the land.
President Donald Trump reportedly wants to buy Greenland, the world's biggest island. But Denmark is not selling.
Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan discusses the likelihood of a global recession and the outlook for the U.S.
Turkish collage artist Uğur Gallenkuş has created an innovative photography project — juxtaposing two different worlds within a single image.
Hong Kong protests have become increasingly violent more than two months after they were sparked by a controversial extradition bill. Do clashes with the police have a strategic value to the protests? The science of civil resistance seems to sugge...
Bottles of ketchup have been auctioned in London - one of which has a price of €1645. The bottles are based on the tattoos of British singer Ed Sheeran.
The Voelker family's dairy farm has been around since 1942 - it's shutting down due to economic pressures.
Thames Valley Police press conference following the death of PC Harper.
Workshops are teaching young asylum seekers how to cook and improve their English skills.
The stars of Quentin Tarantino's latest film share stories from the early days of their careers.
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.
The demonstrators had been blocking the entrance to the immigrant detention centre in Rhode Island.
The Kenya Airports Authority has overseen the auctioning of abandoned aircraft at Nairobi's Wilson Airport.
Deere isn't selling as many tractors these days, with trade wars raging and crop prices near multi-year lows.
Terry Haines, founder of Pangaea Policy, and Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont, discuss looming geopolitical risks and what they may mean for markets.
Seema Shah, global investment strategist at Principal Global Investors, talks about how trade the inverted yield curve.
The lasting burden of student debt-- paying off the $1.6 trillion bill for higher education could take today's generation of American loan borrowers a lifetime. Bloomberg Businessweek's Jason Kelly explains.
Andrew Harper died after attending the scene in Berkshire, west of London, at around 11.30 pm local time (00.30 CEST) on Thursday, say Thames Valley Police.